Al Brothers – Percussion
André Siqueira – Bongos
Andreus Valdés Torres – Maracas
Becky G – Vocals
Carlos Santana – Electric guitar
Cindy Blackman Santana – Drums
Chouloute Minouche – Vocals
Cory Henry – Organ
Estevinson Padilla Valdés – Vocals
Jose´Valdés Terán – Vocals
Karl Perazzo – Congas
Luis Carlos Cassiani Simarra – Güiro and vocals
La Escuelita del Ritmo – Vocals
Manuel Pérez Selinas – Vocals
OBA Frank Lords – Cowbell
“Papi” Felix Garemua – Electric guitar
Paulo Heman – Tambourine
Rubén Rada & Family – Congas and vocals
Tal Wilkenfeld – Electric bass
Tito Puente, Jr. – Timbales
Washboard Chaz – Washboard
– Ken McCarthy
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Ask the great pianist Eddie Palmieri who the greatest pianist was and he will tell you it was his brother Charlie.
There’s a good reason for that.
Charlie Palmieri con Machito!
Fireworks start at: 1:32
“Charlie Palmieri plays MARIA CERVANTES which is an inspiration of the BORICUA composer Noro Morales. In this video you will see some of the members of Machito Orchestra who provide the descarga music.”
You’ve got to hand it to any band that can present a positive, upbeat image and get it up on the screen in 2021.
PALO! “La Habana Buena”. Song written by Leslie Cartaya, Roly Rivero and Steve Roitstein. Leslie Cartaya, lead vocal; Raymer Olalde, timbales; Ed Calle, sax; Philbert Armenteros, congas; Steve Roitstein, keyboards and arrangement. Produced by Steve Roitstein. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Phil Colodetti. Tres loop by Jose Elias. More info: GoPalo.com
PALO! “Agua Pa’ Los Santos” featuring guest artists Pedrito Martinez (lead vocals, batá); Roman Diaz (prayer poem, batá, chekere) and Descemer Bueno (lead vocal). Leslie Cartaya, lead vocal; Philbert Armenteros, lead vocal, batá; Ed Calle, sax; Raymer Olalde, timbales; Steve Roitstein, keyboards & beats. Produced by Steve Roitstein. Co-produced by Bobby Macuen. Edited by Sam Tapia. Filmed by Ralf Gonzalez (DP), Jose Iglesias, Andres Ramirez, Agape Lataillade and Joe Cardona. Leslie Cartaya’s concert look: Yas Gonzalez. Filmed and recorded at Brown University, Providence, RI. Special thanks to Richard Snyder for facilitating this project. Search http://pbs.org for “Ivy League Rumba” to watch the complete documentary behind this song. Drum loops: Lee Levin. Guitar loops: Dan Warner. More info: GoPalo.com